Bray Wyatt passed away at the age of 36, and the pro wrestling world is still in grieving. He left behind a loving family and a legion of fireflies, all who will miss him dearly. He also had friends from pretty much every pro wrestling company in America, and those in AEW will be able to attend his funeral without any conflicts.

AEW paid tribute to Bray Wyatt even though he never worked for the company. Tony Khan was obviously a fan of Bray Wyatt, and he spoke highly about him in the past. Khan is also very aware that there are several members of his roster who want to pay their respects to Bray Wyatt.

Sean Sapp noted on X that Tony Khan is giving his roster time off to go to Bray Wyatt’s memorial service. That being said, a few people might be missing Dynamite this week.

There may be some absences on AEW Dynamite this week. Tony Khan offered the show off to anyone who wanted to attend Bray Wyatt’s services.


Bray Wyatt is gone, but he will never be forgotten. TMZ reported that Wyatt passed away in his sleep. The tributes for Bray Wyatt are sure to continue, and we can’t imagine the painful loss that all of his family is feeling right now.

Mercedes Mone, who appeared during the AEW All In show in the crowd, also wore Bray Wyatt tribute. The Young Bucks dedicated this week’s episode of Being the Elite to Terry Funk and Bray Wyatt as well.

Tony Khan might have to figure out how to book AEW Dynamite with fewer talent this week, but it will be worth it. Keep checking back with Ringside News for more on this story, and so many more, from the pro wrestling world.

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